Student Support Services

Advisors help students during orientation

BSN Student Support Services

Succeeding as a nursing student means much more than just showing up to class. It's your opportunity to grow personally, as well as, professionally. During your growth journey, we are here to support you and make sure that you have the resources needed to achieve your highest potential. 

Academic Advising

The College of Nursing is committed to student success. In collaboration with University faculty and staff we will provide accurate information through a positive, user-friendly environment that respects diversity and promotes accountability and academic achievement.

In support of the college’s vision, it is the University of Cincinnati College of Nursing Office of Student Affairs’ contributory vision to provide a premiere student services environment which will welcome, stimulate, challenge and engage all College of Nursing students to become confident, self-sufficient, life-long learners and responsible professionals upon their exit from the University of Cincinnati.


Deborah Gray, M.Ed.
Director of Undergraduate Retention Services
207 Procter Hall, Monday-Friday, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Julie McCullough, M.Ed.
Senior Academic Advisor
204 Procter Hall, Monday-Friday, 7:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

Rachel Shah, M.Ed.
Academic Advisor
205 Procter Hall, Monday-Friday, 7:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.


The College of Nursing provides free tutoring opportunities for all of its students. Nursing students should contact the College of Nursing at if they are interested in becoming a tutor, or if they are interested in having a tutor.

Free tutoring is also available for all UC students through the Learning Assistance Center in French Hall West:


Underrepresented nursing students at UC have the opportunity to seek guidance and advice from working nurse professionals in the Caring through Sharing Mentoring Program. Participating students are paired with a mentor who serves in a supportive role that fosters success in the nursing program. RN mentors have experienced life as a student and a professional nurse and can offer valuable insight to facilitate personal growth and career development.